Qt Creator ManualTests Android
|If you installed Creator as part of a Qt SDK, does Creator correctly detect the kits installed with itself?
|If you installed Creator from a standalone package, does it add Kits when adding qmake?
|Can Creator compile an application using an Android kit? (If you didn't install Creator together with a Qt version for Android, you might have to add the path to make or mingw32-make to the PATH environment variable.)|
|Can Creator run an application on an Android device?|
|Do the previous tasks work for Qt Widgets Applications and Qt Quick Applications?|
Do error messages appear in Application Output and are these clickable when running the app? Do they open the "right" file and location in the desktop's source directory?
|While an application is running on an Android device, quit the application on the device. Does Creator notice this and reflect the changed state?|
|While an application is running on an Android device, click the "Stop" icon in the "Application Output" view. Does Creator terminate the application on the device?|
|Can Creator debug an application on an Android device?|
|Set a breakpoint before debugging an application on an Android device. Does the execution of the program stop at the breakpoint?|
|Set a breakpoint while debugging an application on an Android device. Does the execution of the program stop at the breakpoint?|
|Do the previous tasks work for breakpoints in C++ code as well as in QML code?|
|When stopped at a breakpoint, does Creator show valid data for Locals and Expressions?|
|When stopped at a breakpoint, does Creator show a valid stack trace?|
|Does the Debugger Log View show qDebug output from an Android device when debugging?|
|Try the QML Profiler in the Debug mode for an app on the device. Does it collect data and does that data look sane?|
|Does Creator handle disconnecting properly? Disconnect the Android device while:
Please verify that Creator neither crashes nor freezes. It can still be used locally and after reconnecting it can use the device again.